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Tagalog English
abay

[Active Verb:]
umabay

[Passive Verb:]
abayan

[Examples:]
1. Si Pedro ang abay ni Juan sa kasal. (Peter is the best man in John's wedding.) 2. Umabay si Pedro sa kasal ni Juan. (Peter acted as best man in John's wedding.) 3. Abayan mo si Juan sa kasal niya. (Be John's best man in his wedding.)

1) companion, best man, bridesmaid (noun) 2) to escort, act as best man, maid of honor, or bridesmaid (active verb)
alalay

[Active Verb:]
umalalay

[Passive Verb:]
alalayan

[Examples:]
1) Kasama ni Nora ang kanyang alalay. (Nora brings along her assistant.) 2) Umalalay siya sa may sakit. (He gave support to the sick.) 3) Alalayan mo ang may sakit. (Help the sick). 4) Alalayan mo ang pagkain. (Eat moderately.)

1) assistant, helper (noun) 2) to take precaution, to practice moderation or to act moderately (verb) 3) to give support, to help (verb)
alay1

[Active Verb:]
mag-alay

[Passive Verb:]
alayan

[Examples:]
1) Nagbigay siya ng alay sa simbahan. (He gave an offering to the church.) 2) Mag-alay ka ng bulaklak sa Birhen. (Offer flowers to the Virgin.) 3) Ialay mo ang iyong buhay sa Diyos. (Make your life an offering to God.)

1) dedication, offering (noun) 2) to dedicate, to offer (verb)
aso

[L2 Definition:]
uri ng hayop

[Examples:]
1) Pedro has a dog. (Si Pedro ay may alagang aso.) 2) Kung may aso, may apoy. (If there's smoke, there's fire.)

[Notes:]
A dog is a delicacy in some northern provinces of the Philippines, e.g., Baguio, Ilocos, Cagayan, etc.

1) dog (noun) 2) smoke (noun)
bagay

[Active Verb:]
bumagay

[Passive Verb:]
bagayan

[Examples:]
1) Anong bagay iyan? (What thing is that?) 2) Bagay sa iyo ang suot mong damit. (What you're wearing suits you.) 3) Bumagay ka naman sa kanilang gawi. (Conform to their customs.)

1) thing, object (noun) 2) becoming, proper, fit (adj) 3) to suit, to conform (verb)
baha

[Active Verb:]
bumaha

[Passive Verb:]
bahain

[Examples:]
1) Binaha ang buong bayan. (The whole town was flooded.) 2) Bumaha dahil sa lakas ng ulan. (It flooded because of the strong rain.)

1) flood (noun) 2) to flood (phenomenal verb)
bantay

[Active Verb:]
magbantay

[Passive Verb:]
bantayan

[Examples:]
1) Bantayan mo ang bahay. (Guard the house.) 2) Magbantay ka ng bata. (Watch closely the kids.)

1) guard, watcher (noun) 2) to watch closely, to be on guard (verb)
bayan (noun) town, country, fatherland
bayani (noun) hero
bayanihan (noun) cooperative undertaking; concerted effort; especially, the act of working together to lift and move a house to a new location

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